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The Grassy Knoll in and of itself is as special as any other grassy area of a freeway entrance. Which is to say that it is not special at all. However, this Grassy Knoll holds huge historical implications which changes the dynamic massively.
Recommend anyone visiting this site get some background on the JFK shooting conspiracy theories (Oliver Stone's JFK movie is an easy way or reading Jim Garrison's book which was one of the main sources for the same movie). With enough background, it is an easy...More
We were heading to the Holocaust Museum and actually came upon Grassy Knoll in error. However we loved seeing this part of history which I absolutely remember as being one of those "Where were you when JFK died" moments. Lucked upon one of the replica...More
We visited after the museum was closed but was still an amazing place to visit. Hard to believe it is a real spot after watching JFK all those years ago. A must see if you are into history and have watched the movie..
In Dallas this week and just had to visit the site of the shooting of JFK. The grassy knoll is close to Dealey Plaza the birthplace of Dallas. There are quite a few helpful signs around to help you work out what happened on the...More
We had purchased tickets to visit the 6th Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza and had about half an hour to wait before our entrance time (I was going to say we had 'time to kill' ;) ) so we went down to study the Dallas’...More
It was interesting to stand on the grassy knoll where so many once stood on that fateful day. It showed right where the Zapruder film was filmed and where the Xs were on the road showing where the 1st and then the fatal shot took...More